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If you want healthy, glowing skin, it’s important that you understand your skin type and know what products will work for you. Whether you’re oily, dry, normal or sensitive, our experts have put together their top picks of products to help you create a routine that works specifically for your skin type.

If you would like some further advice on choosing products for your skin type, you can contact our experts both... Read More »

If you want healthy, glowing skin, it’s important that you understand your skin type and know what products will work for you. Whether you’re oily, dry, normal or sensitive, our experts have put together their top picks of products to help you create a routine that works specifically for your skin type.

If you would like some further advice on choosing products for your skin type, you can contact our experts both in-clinic, or over the phone. Just give us a call on 0113 282 7744 or complete our FREE, no obligation online skincare advice form and a skin expert can advise on specific products for your skin.

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  • Products for Dry Skin

    We’ve picked our top dry skin products using our skincare knowledge and helped by your feedback and we’ve added them to shortlists within each category, because we understand that you probably don’t want to spend hours searching through product after product to suit your individual needs when we can help you.

    We’re also here to offer expert advice on your specific dry skin concerns and offer suggestions on bespoke treatment options both in-clinic, or over the phone. Just give us a call on 0113 282 7744 or complete our FREE, no obligation online skincare advice form and a skin expert can advise on specific products for your skin.

    What is Dry Skin?

    Dryness of the skin can be caused by many outside influences such as weather, extremes of temperature and air conditioning, all of which can cause the skin to feel flaky, chapped and tight, usually as a result of low levels of sebum in the skin and the inability to retain moisture.

    Although it may be tempting to apply creams to hydrate the skin or to exfoliate the dead skin, this may often exacerbate the situation as what is often needed is to look beneath the epidermis and allow the skin to regenerate itself more effectively from the lower-levels upwards.

    With the right levels of assessment, treatment and support, a positive result can be achieved. At Face the Future, we have developed a number of in-clinic treatment-programmes and home-use product regimes to get the very best out of your dry skin. If you would like any more information contact us today, or complete a FREE online skincare advice form. 

  • Products for Normal Skin

    We’ve listened to our experts and your feedback and put together our top products for normal skin in handy shortlists under each category, because we appreciate that the amount of products on offer can be difficult, confusing and time-consuming to search through without a point in the right direction, even for normal skin.

    We’re also here to offer expert advice on any specific skin concerns you may have and offer suggestions on bespoke treatment options both in-clinic, or over the phone. Just give us a call on 0113 282 7744 or complete our FREE, no obligation online skincare advice form and a skin expert can advise on specific products for your skin.

    What is Normal Skin?

    Normal skin is generally described as even in tone and texture with no problem areas such as greasy or flaky patches. If you consider yourself to have a normal skin type you’re likely to be able to use a wide variety of products without issues but it’s still important, however, to find an age management regime that suits your needs and lifestyle in order to maintain healthy skin.

    If you would like any more information you could also look at our ‘Shop by Essentials’ section, contact us today, or complete a FREE online skincare advice form.

  • Products for Oily Skin

    We’ve made it easy to view our top products for oily skin in shortlists under each category, because our experts and your feedback tells us that sometimes it’s nice to have a little help with so many products to choose from.  

    We’re also here to offer expert advice on your specific skin concerns and offer suggestions on bespoke treatment options both in-clinic, or over the phone. Just give us a call on 0113 282 7744 or complete our FREE, no obligation online skincare advice form and a skin expert can advise on specific products for your skin.

    What is Oily Skin?

    Oily skin is usually characterised by a shiny, thick and dull texture, often with enlarged pores, pimples or blackheads. This can be as a result of overactive sebaceous glands producing more oil than is necessary.

    Many factors can contribute to oily skin, including family history diet, hormone levels, pregnancy, cosmetics and stress. Many of these can be corrected, or even reversed with the right treatment and product usage.

    At Face the Future, we have developed a number of in-clinic treatment programmes and home-use product regimes to get the very best out of your oily skin. If you would like any more information contact us today, or complete a FREE online skincare advice form.

  • Products for Sensitive Skin

    We’ve picked our top sensitive skin products using our skincare knowledge and helped by your feedback and we’ve added them to shortlists within each category, because we understand that you probably don’t want to spend hours searching through product after product to suit your individual needs when we can help you.

    We’re also here to offer expert advice on your specific sensitive skin concerns and offer suggestions on bespoke treatment options both in-clinic, or over the phone. Just give us a call on 0113 282 7744 or complete our FREE, no obligation online skincare advice form and a skin expert can advise on specific products for your skin.

    What is Sensitive Skin?

    There is no actual dermatological definition for sensitive skin but the term is generally used to describe skin that has been irritated or sensitized as a result of products or environmental factors.

    Symptoms of sensitive skin can include blotchiness, rashes, itching or stinging skin and treatments used to alleviate these symptoms can often contribute to the overall problem. That’s why it’s important to follow a regime that corrects the damage caused by outside influences, rather than one that only treats the resulting symptoms and, therefore, masks the root cause.

    With the right levels of assessment, treatment and support, a positive result can be achieved. At Face the Future, we have developed a number of in-clinic treatment programmes and home-use product regimes to get the very best out of your sensitive skin. If you would like any more information contact us today, or complete a FREE online skincare advice form.